26th Of August 2016 Update

26th Of August 2016 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

New Arrivals 8-26-2016

LPs & 12″s

2 Chainz & Lil Wayne “Collegrove”
A$AP Rocky “At.Long.Last.A$AP” (Ltd. Ed.)
Alcest “Les Voyages De L’Ame”
Anderson, Marisa “Into The Light”
Ayreon “The Final Experiment: A Rock Opera By Arjen Lucassen” (Reissue 180 Gram 2LP)
Body Of Light “Let Me Go”
Brenk Sinatra “Gumbo 2: Pretty Ugly” (+ D/L, 5th Ann. Edition)
Brinkman, Thomas “A 1000 Keys”
Buzzov*en “The Gospel According…II”
Clear Soul Forces “Clear Soul Collection”
Cool Ghouls “Animal Races”
Damu The Fudgemunk “Untitled V2” (Picture Disc)
De La Soul “And The Anonymous Nobody”
Dead C., The “Trouble” (2LP)
Detroit Cobras, The “Life, Loving And Leaving”
Detroit Cobras, The “Mink Rat Or Rabbit”
Eno, Roger / Plumbline “Endless City / Concrete Garden” (Ltd. Ed + CD)
Exhumed “Garbage Daze Re-Regurgitated”
Exit-13 “Smoking Songs Featuring Bliss Blood”
Gods Of The Hologram “Journey To The Dark Matter” (2LP)
Grief “Come To Grief” (Ltd. Crystal Clear Vinyl)
Guitar Wolf “T-Rex From A Tiny Space Youjouhan”
Hollow Sunshine “Bible Sea”
Kindling “Everywhere Else”
Mercyful Fate “Time”
Mild High Club “Skiptracing” (+ D/L)
Morbid Angel “Gateways To Annihilation”
Municipal Waste / Toxic Holocaust “Toxic Wasted” (Ltd. Color + D/L)
Mystic Braves “Desert Island”
Of Montreal “Innocence Reaches”
Outer Space “Chase Across Orion”
People Under The Stairs “The Gettin’ Off Stage Step 2 EP” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Phon.o “Fractions EP”
Pink Floyd “The Wall” (Remastered 180 Gram)
Pink Floyd “The Division Bell” (Remastered 180 Gram)
Psalm Zero “Stranger To Violence”
Psychic TV “Force The Hand Of Chance”
Rlyr “Delayer”
Rwake “A Stone, A Leaf, An Unfound Door – Live At Maryland Deathfest X”
Second Storey “Bismuth”
Soundgarden “Louder Than Love” (180 Gram Remastered + D/L)
Soundgarden “Down On The Upside” (180 Gram Remastered + D/L)
SubRosa “For This We Fought The Battle Of Ages”
TR “Manifesto Rumoratorio” (+ D/L)
Used, The “The Used” (+ D/L)
Used, The “In Love And Death” (+ D/L, White & Red Swirl With Black Splatter Vinyl)
Various “Asian Man Music For Asian man People Vol. 2”
Various “Fear Le Funk: The Compilation” (Viennese Collective)
Wound Man “Perimeter”
XL Middleton / Eddy Funkster “XL Middleton + Eddy Funkster”
XYZ “1” (WAA002 EP)


En’MC “BS&S”
V-Sect “Nature’s Casket”


Agnostic Front “Police Violence”
Bib “Demo”
D.O.A. “Fucked Up Donald”
Death Vacation “Bones Grow Cold” (Flexi)
Impact NYHC “Worlds Apart”
Infamous Gehenna / Bleach Everything “Heavy Metal Suicide”
Insect Warfare / Carcass Grinder “Insect Warfare / Carcass Grinder”
Mad Existence “Mad Existence”
Nots “Cold Line / TV OD”
Ringworm / Brain Tentacles “Ringworm / Brain Tentacles”
Sheer Mag “I”
Sheer Mag “II”
Sheer Mag “III”
Varukers, The “Massacred Millions”
Varukers, The “No Hope Of A Future”
Varukers, The “Led To The Slaughter”
Varukers, The “I Don’t Wanna Be A Victim!”
Varukers, The “Die For Your Government”
Varukers, The “The Varukers E.P.” (Protest And Survive)


Integrity “For Those Who Fear Tomorrow”
Leimer, K. “Re-Enact”
Of Montreal “Innocence Reaches” (+ D/L)
Spears, Britney “Glory” (Deluxe Edition)
SubRosa “For This We Fought The Battle Of Ages”
Wormrot “Dirge”
Wormrot “Abuse”


Allen, Lori E “Tears Of The Material Vulture” (TTW#85)
Chaos Cross “Demo”
Chud “… Out Of The Sewers” (SN06)
Clean Girls / Jail Solidarity “Clean Girls /// Jail Solidarity” (SN-009)
Damu The Fudgemunk “Untitled V1&2” (RDF099T)
Fury “Paramount” (TBR:067)
Glory “3 Song Promo” (Triple B Records)
Glory “Demo”
Kindling “Spike & Wave” (MU51)
Lock “3 Song Promo” (Triple B Records)
Lucid Terror “Whip Til You Faint” (SN02)
Single Lash “Single Lash” (MU47)
Warfare “Demo 2016” (SF002)
XL Middleton / Eddy Funkster “XL Middleton + Eddy Funkster” (MOFUNK014)
Youth Avoiders “Discography 2010-2016” (SN007)



Public Memory
Wuthering Drum
Public Memory Wuthering Drum(Felte)
A solo electronic project from Brooklyn-based Robert Toher (also of Eraas and Apse), Public Memory’s subdued, mournful sound incorporates elements of darkwave and krautrock. Through the use of intricately structured electronic percussion, cold-sounding synth and his own ghostly falsetto voice, Toher creates eerily supernatural landscapes that manage to be surprisingly organic-sounding. “Lunar”, for example, sounds especially chilling laden with chimes that sound manipulated by the hands of spirits.
[Reviewer: Mark]
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